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101. Shooting heads DIY - 4th section - Casting - Global FlyFisher

...rticle The sections Intro Preparation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBoun... ...you. It responds a bit more aggressively and will probably gain a bit more line speed than your usual WF line, but that's the whole idea. There is som... ...: - Roll cast the line to lay on top of the water before the first back cast. - Use the tension of the line on the water to load the rod for the first... ...Excessive blind casting does not give more distance. - Shoot line when the head is just out of the top eye with only enough running line free to work ...

102. Meet the Booby Fly - A top producing outlaw with a catchy name. This is an excerpt from Michael Jensen's newly published book on Booby flies - Global FlyFisher

...mportant point though, is how you fish these flies. Choosing the right fly line, leader and fishing technique is essential. In this booklet you will l... ...ure - or near the bottom of rivers and lakes. The combination of a sinking line and a floating fly is the most efficient way to fish close to the bott... ... a sinking line, and with a couple of ordinary buzzer flies as droppers. He had the whole concept in place: The bottom dragging line/floating fly idea... ...Church's Floating Corixa. All of these flies were designed for the sinking line/short leader approa...

103. The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line on the lower rod is the Monic that falls in large, soft loops even in this cold weather. (picture) - Stiff vs. subtle - Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher

...The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be f... ...Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher Monic Light Green Stiff vs. subtle The line in the top of this p... ...icture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line o... ...a private comment, not for publication, use this form The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the ...

104. Shooting heads DIY - The more than Adequate Shooting Head DIY, a guide to building your own shooting heads for fly fishing - Global FlyFisher

...blished September 1st 2002 More about: Advanced Casting Do it yourself Fly lines Reference Shooting heads Spey rods Tackle Two hand rods Shooting head... ...ation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBouncer The more than Adequate Shoot... ...o cover some advantages and disadvantages of the shooting head over the WF line, and I will thorou... ...struction The shooting head is a simple construction, where a piece of fly line is attached to a thin shooting or ru...

105. If you want to attach a prefabricated leader directly to the fly line with a nailless nail knot, you can just cut off the loop. You can also consider using a loop on the leader end of the fly line for easier change of leaders. (picture) - Cut the loop off - Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher

...If you want to attach a prefabricated leader directly to the fly line with a nailless nail knot, you can just cut off the loop. You can also consider ... ...ut this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher First se... ... loop off If you want to attach a prefabricated leader directly to the fly line with a nailless nail knot, you can just cut off the loop. You can also... ...nd of the fly line for easier change of leaders. Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen 2005 Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Commen...

106. Pass the tag end of the backing the opposite way through the loop as the standing end and work the coils of backing as close to the end of the loop as possible. Now pull both ends of the backing gently to tighten all the coils evenly. As they get tighter you can pull harder, and finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br / Be careful not to pull eny coils out over the loop end. The two tags should wind up blocking the outmost coils. Trim the tag end, and you have a strong backing to fly line connection. (picture) - Finished Albright knot - Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher

...ll them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br... ... the outmost coils. Trim the tag end, and you have a strong backing to fly line connection. picture - Fin... ...ut this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher First setup Finished Albright knot Pass... ...ll them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. Be caref...

107. Right hand or left hand? - The debate about whether to use the right hand or the left hand on the fly reel is almost as old as fly-fishing itself. Let's look a bit rationally on the issue at hand... sorry, couldn't help it! - Global FlyFisher

...orrect hand - for casting, for holding the rod, for stripping, for winding line on the reel or for any other operation involved in f... ...onto your casting side. You want the wind to blow the line away from your casting hand. In a boat you will also usually want to keep the line away fro... ...rent coming onto your casting hand, because it transports the line and leader away from itself in front of you where you mostly want to perform the ca... ...not the case, switching hands can solve the problem, and bring the rod and line from the off-curren...

108. Leaders&Tippets Q&A - Global FlyFisher

...ause the knot will weaken the line. If untying is not feasible, trim down the leader or tippet and use it shorter - or retie the removed section with ... ...ebate. Some argue that wind knots should always be untied. They weaken the line considerably. Some will say that the untying will possibly weaken the ... ...o hooks can also be used to open really tight loops. Remember to check the line for nicks and bruises with your fingers and lips when the knot is gon... ...ders are compound leaders made with a core and a coating - much like a fly line. They are available in many lengths, tapers and densities and are usua...

109. Breaking the LAW - My trusty Lawrence Waldron reel just had a major breakdown. It worked just as perfectly as before, but it was silent! - Global FlyFisher

... reel that could take a WF 7 line and ample backing. “Yes, but what size is that? In millimeters? Diameter and width...?” What? I was somewhat befuddl... ...r axle, that gave me more than enough room for a bonefish 9 weight line and several hundred yards of backing, but I haven't regretted my choice since.... ...te different. My LAW reel weighs in at 218 grams or 7.7 ounces with a full line and about 250 yards of backing. An Abel anti reverse r... ...el close to 4 inches in diameter is 9.4 ounces or almost 270 grams without line. It's larger than my LAW, but also much heavier. If you select lighter...

110. Headcase Crayfish - Here is my latest articulated streamer that I concocted to represent an adult crayfish. The fly comes in at around 3-3-1/2 inches and is what I would call a moderately weighted pattern that can be fished in a multitude of ways and with a floating or sinking line. So far she has racked up several species including northern pike, brown and rainbow trout, small and large mouth bass and even striped bass in the salt. Seconds for a great juvenile lobster pattern. Currently I tie it in the crayfish orange, olive/blue and tan colors but feel free to experiment.Cast: Richard StrolisTags: crayfish patterns, crayfish fly, juvenile lobster fly, fly fishing, flytying, trout flies, bass flies, pike flies, streamers and articulated streamers - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...n that can be fished in a multitude of ways and with a floating or sinking line. So far she has racked up several species including northern pike, bro... ...n that can be fished in a multitude of ways and with a floating or sinking line. So far she has racked up several species including northern pike, bro... ...bal FlyFisher A few random articles for your entertainment Fly Line Blues Once in a while Martin needs a different line than the one, which he has bee... ...ine stash. That makes him think about the crazy prices on fly lines and ways to buy lines cheaper and organize them better. October 20th 2010 Czech ny...

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